Press Statement on the Article circulated by the Zambian Watchdog
Thursday 30th March, 2023
It has come to the attention of APNAC-AFRICA Headquarters that there is an article authored by a certain Agenym Awosu on Kumasi Times dated 29th March, 2023 and the same article is being circulated by the Zambian Watchdog -‘APNAC HQ DISOWNS MUNIR’. The full article can be accessed using the link below:
We want to begin by stating categorically and emphatically that APNAC-AFRICA Headquarters is not in receipt of any press enquiry neither did we give any interview to anyone with respect to the article in question. The comments FALSELY attributed to our President H.E. the Right Honorable Louis Gbèhounou VLAVONOU as claimed in the article are very unfortunate.
It should be highly noted that as APNAC-AFRICA Headquarters, we work in close collaboration with ALL our National Chapters across and therefore, we would not make any statement on a matter of such public importance without engaging the host and in this case in particular APNAC-Zambia Chapter like we were furnished with the statement on the matter released by the Chapter Chairperson Hon. Miles Sampa and the link is herewith attached:
In exercising one of our roles as a whistleblower organization, we are closely following the matter raised by our Zambian Chapter to it’s logical conclusion.
Finally, we urge all to treat the article circulated by the Zambian Watchdog with the contempt it deserves.
We remain uniting Parliamentarians in their noble fight against corruption and promotion of good governance.
Accra, March 30th, 2023
Fabrice FIFONSI, Executive Director of APNAC-Africa Secretariat
On behalf of the APNAC President and the Board